high-risk-of-capture personnel


high-risk-of-capture personnel
US personnel whose position or assignment makes them particularly vulnerable to capture by hostile forces in combat, by terrorists, or by unfriendly governments. See also hostile; terrorist.

Military dictionary. 2000.

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